The adventures of the Red Puffa: how a seasonal trend saved my sanity

The adventures of the Red Puffa: how a seasonal trend saved my sanity

People often ask me why I own so many clothes. They can’t comprehend why one little person would need three variations of the same jumper in different shades of black - and yes, there are different shades of the colour black - or why an individual with only one pair of feet would need five [...]

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#fitspo fashion: Instagram gym gear

#fitspo fashion: Instagram gym gear

With the arrival of 2017, the race to a bikini body is inevitable. January, the month of blood, sweat and tears is upon us and if we are going to kill ourselves with gym workouts and a lack of chocolate, we may as well look fabulous while doing it. I have been trawling through Instagram [...]

Review: Case Company

Review: Case Company

I was approached by Case Company via email last week asking me to review their company. Not one to say no to freebies, I happily obliged and do not regret my decision in the slightest. The company, based in Ghent, Belgium, is a website run retailer selling the most beautiful phone and laptop cases for [...]

Fashion Journalism at Conde Nast College

Fashion Journalism at Conde Nast College

In early September, I was lucky enough to attend the Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design to partake in their one week fashion journalism course. Still not totally decided on the area of journalism I would like to a have a fabulously glamorous career in, this was the perfect opportunity to either fall in [...]

London Fashion Weekend 2016

London Fashion Weekend 2016

Ever wondered what it would be like to be a guest at fashion week, to be sat front row at a show among glam people like yourself social media-ing away as the hottest trends glide down the runway before your very eyes? Well this little gem of a weekend is your opportunity. *outfit: jeans: Zara, [...]

Finding fashion through cultural restraints: an interview with student, Afifah Ahamd

Finding fashion through cultural restraints: an interview with student, Afifah Ahamd

Afifah has her back to the scorching sun as she lounges in a wicker chair on the terrace of Conde Nast College. She is poised, waiting for my questions with anticipation and an air of easy confidence. Dressed in a pale pink off the shoulder cotton shirt and a pair of white jeans, she oozes [...]

Corruption killing the Fashion Industry one social media star at a time

Corruption killing the Fashion Industry one social media star at a time

The world’s most disputed industry, fashion has always seemed to march to the beat of its own drum and follow its own set of guidelines. Morals and corruption have been called into question many a time, however it never seems to change the way it operates. Has the recent marriage of social media culture and [...]